White House Correspondents Dinner Guest List: This Year, Expect Fewer Celebs

A feeling of Washington fatigue means fewer celebrities may be present this year.

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The White House Correspondents Dinner, also known as D.C.'s "nerd prom," is just three weeks away, and yet little has come out about which stars will descend on Washington to make the city feel Hollywood-cool for a night.

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In part, that may be because this year is expected to be a more muted affair. This dinner marks the fifth since President Barack Obama has been in office, and stars a-plenty were just in D.C. for the inauguration.

Whispers hears that a bit of Washington fatigue has fallen over Los Angeles. Media organizations, which invite A-listers to sit at their table every year, are reporting advertisers, executives and flacks as this year's guests, instead of celebrities. Even the host, Conan O'Brien, has done this schtick before, having hosted the dinner back in 1995.

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President Barack Obama may have fewer celebrity hands to shake at this year's White House Correspondents’ Association dinner.

Whispers has compiled a list below of which celebrities are expected to be in, out or a maybe for the dinner, which will be held April 27 at the Washington Hilton. If past years are any indication, some 2,500 are expected to swarm the hotel – and this year many may have little stardom or political clout to speak of.

Who's out:

- George Clooney

- Ben Affleck

- Kanye West

Who's a maybe:

- Kim Kardashian

- Jose Canseco

- Anna Wintour

Who's in:

- Kevin Spacey - Bloomberg

- Elizabeth Banks - CNN

- Matthew Perry - NBC

- Eric Stonestreet - ABC

- Sofia Vergara - ABC

- Connie Britton - ABC 

- Hayden Panettiere - ABC

- Courteney Cox - USA Today

- Kristin Chenoweth - USA Today

- Kate Walsh - USA Today

- Ashley Judd -  USA Today

- Josh Gad - USA Today

- Tina Brown - Daily Beast

- Nicole Kidman - Daily Beast

- Olivia Munn - Daily Beast

- Arianna Huffington - Huffington Post

- Jon Bon Jovi - Huffington Post

- Governor Chris Christie - Huffington Post

- Shaquille O'Neal - Huffington Post

- Sharon Stone - Creative Coalition

- Tracy Morgan - Creative Coalition

- Giancarlo Esposito - Creative Coalition

- Patricia Arquette - Creative Coalition

(Via The Hollywood Reporter, New York Magazine and Politico)

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